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A highlight from WIN Home Inspection with Jeff Starr
"Episode number 500 is up next on the veteran on the move podcast Ten years of podcasting 500 interviews with the veteran community great military veteran military spouse entrepreneurs out there Holy cow, I can't believe it's ten years in 500 episodes. Thank you for listening. Thank you for all your support Looking forward to another 500 episodes another 10 years Jeff star with win home inspection is up next on veteran on the move Welcome Welcome to veteran on the move if you're a veteran in transition an entrepreneur wannabe or someone still stuck in that J -o -b trying to escape this podcast is dedicated to your success And now your host Joe crane Whether you're taking a trip to relax or see somewhere new You deserve a travel card that does the work for you for more on Navy Federal's flagship rewards visit Navy federal org Coastguard veteran Jeff star from win home inspection Jeff 30 -plus years in the Coast Guard. That's awesome Looking forward to talking about business and entrepreneurship what you're doing these days. So take us back Tell us what you did in the Coast Guard Hey Joe, thanks for having me on your show. Well, it actually started in high school I joined the Missouri National Guard when I was 17 went to boot camp in Portland win, Missouri Graduated from that went back to high school and did my senior year and then moved on to AIT which is the training for the army and I was a tactical radio communicator So basically I carried a backpack radio and worked on their radios got a chance to go to Germany For a large NATO US exercise and kind of opened up my world view and my eyes a little bit You know as an 18 year old coming out of Missouri central, Missouri There's a you know, I lived in farmland. So I got to see what was going on there now I'm in another country traveling around with people that are a lot older than me that been around so Got a got a good view into a little bit about what the world was going what was going on in the world So fast forward I decided to go to college I'm in college pursuing a degree in aviation and Too much college activities and not enough good enough grades and they they gave me the invitation not to return You gotta see MSU Yes, yeah, right there in Lawrenceburg. Yep Yep, so great program great school Just it wasn't a good time for me at that time too. I wasn't ready So now I'm deciding what am I gonna do am I gonna join the army and Start seeing some commercials about the Coast Guard on TV. I'm like in Missouri You don't see a lot of Coast Guard, you know, because we're in the center of the country. We're landlocked There's there is a Coast Guard there. I found out later on but not to my knowledge at the time So I get in my car. I live in Colombia and I drive to st. Louis to see a recruiter I get the recruiters office goes. Hey, thank you for your interest But I can't recruit you you live on the wrong side of the Missouri River you need to go to Kansas City So now back in the car driving to Kansas City and Get all the stuff done and there's an eight -month wait list to get in so I go ahead and sign the paperwork and delay entry finally getting the Coast Guard and After graduating boot camp, I end up going to Tillamook Bay, Oregon So basically they've got a motor lifeboats that are like the tanks in the water They're meant to take 30 40 foot waves you get there the windows are made of bulletproof glass 300 bulletproof glass you get into the boat and You strap in with a helmet your dry suit and the seat belts and buckle in And you go out there and take waves and try not to take waves But sometimes you have to for the fishing boat to fleet that's coming in So what an exciting job, you know at 21 years old you're out there charging these giant waves Get in beat up by the waves and pulling people out of water and rescuing them It could have ended right there. I could have stayed in that job forever. It was it was amazing. It was an adrenaline rush But I wanted to do aviation still So I put my name on the school list to go to aviation the Coast Guard and I went to Elizabeth City, North Carolina for and Electronics avionics Had to wait a year for that school, so I got to play around in Oregon for a while the school 38 weeks Learn how to do all the component repair of all the electronics on the plane Graduated from there and get my first units in Traverse City, Michigan like where's Traverse City, Michigan and it's all the way up north and As far it's in the northern part of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan So and at the time they were flying Of course each series or what the army would have or other services BC Kings or or Jolly Green Giants So I get there and I learned that after going to school all this time. I really don't know anything So it's time. It's time to start learning. You're an apprentice. So, you know, you start learning everything about the plane and the organization And Soon as I learned everything about the HCI thought I needed to know we transitioned to 60s So then we get the Seahawks the Coast Guard version of the Seahawk so got to do that and so spend eight to ten years Learning, you know my craft and trade and and just enjoying the Coast Guard You know the camaraderie the people in the organization the mission And then took a took my next tour to Alaska So I got to go to Kodiak, Alaska and help them transition because nobody was qualified to fly the 60s yet only the first units so I got to go up there and help stand up the program and Start, you know training everybody and flying that mission with the 60 But they didn't have the 60s yet. So I had to go back to the X trees and fly that again So it's kind of flying in both at the same time. So it was nice I mean I was getting you know, three and four hundred hours a year flight time and You know, it was Alaska some of the most beautiful flying you can imagine we do stuff that you know, I couldn't pay for So got to do that And then after leaving Traverse City or after leaving Kodiak my transition again to another helicopter I moved in Detroit and we moved to the Eurocopter 65 Which is a smaller business corporate helicopter that the Coast Guard uses for its ship based operations so I got to do that and then I'm starting to roll up on my my my 20 20 years it's gonna be coming up here pretty soon. I'm at 15. I'm starting to think what am I gonna do? So I started doing, you know different college programs. So they give my associate degree Well, I got my associate degree knocked out while I still in Detroit and then we go back to Alaska where? I'm within a two -year window now so planning on Transitioning out at 20. I go ahead and get my my Microsoft engineering degree And then that takes a year to do that so the tour in Alaska is only three years so back to Traverse City and I'm looking at getting out at that point in time and that's where I start my first business up there I started business in 2002 building computer repair computers and servicing Computers for large corporations. Yeah, where did the where the desire to where the desire to search your own business come from? Um, well, I knew I needed to get out and I didn't really want to it was gonna be hard to replace an organization I'm already in I didn't necessarily want to work for a company Yeah, and so doing my own thing in my own, you know not have to rely on somebody else To get the job done because I know I can do the job and I wanted to do it myself So there was a desire. I did that job for about four years and then Lo and behold I promoted myself out of my position. I was in in Traverse City So it was either I was in you seven at the time and I was gonna make a yay So like okay, where can I go and you know make that kind of money? I'm not I'm not generating that kind of income at this point in time So kind of put that in the back burner and shelved it for a while also, I was seeing I'd get my Microsoft degree and I saw that everything was getting outsourced and Working on hands -on technology You're always chasing the certification because everything's changing so quickly within the computer industry I wasn't sure how how much I wanted to stay continually chasing that certification So decide to go back to school we transfer to Miami at that point and That was a Big culture shift going from Alaska to Traverse City down to Miami because the missions are different. Yeah cold to hot Right. So I went more from more of a search and rescue law enforcement to more of a law enforcement search and rescue So the emphasis was more on law enforcement down in Florida with the international treaties and border protection type mission So I started going back to school again get my bachelor's degree and Finished up that and then again, so I wasn't looking at getting out at that point. We're at year 24 at that point Promoted again made Master Chief for E9 and was waiting and Wanted to go back to Detroit fortunately, nobody else wanted to go back to Detroit and I was able to pick up that job as The command enlisted advisor working for the CEO in Detroit What great job great experience wonderful people I worked with and then at that point I started working on my master's degree and business with Masters in health care administration some kind of shotgunning, you know the different things I'm planning on doing when I get out I want to make sure I could cover all the bases. I had done troop the teacher signed up for it Got a degree in history got a degree and business and then what got an MBA and then an MHA and Didn't do any of that when I got out So, what was your transition like you end up getting the JOB and was it smooth on the way out because I mean you're you're prepared educational wise but What was the twist in turn? Yeah, it's interesting because you know and it's not from the organization you don't hear but I think ourselves we underestimate our Capabilities when we're in we're thinking hey, we're in this job We've been doing the same job on the military side But when I get out I'm gonna I don't I can't how do I deal with and how do I work in that? Organization, you know, how do I fit in and how do I provide value? Yeah, and hey Jeff before before we get too far? let's take a quick break and Re -attack this on the way back Getting a new car is exciting and you deserve a hassle -free buying experience You can get a decision in seconds and enjoy great rates with everything You need in one place Navy Federalist Car Buying Center is your one -stop shop for researching Financing buying protecting and enjoying your next car you can search for new and used cars access vehicle history reports enjoy discounts on auto insurance and more and you can make the most of your time on the road wherever you go with our flagship credit card whether you're taking a trip to relax or see somewhere new You deserve a travel card does the work for you in my 33 years as a Navy Federal member I've had the flagship credit card since it first came out and we use our travel points all the time flagship credit card will earn you three times points on travel plus up to $100 in statement credits towards TSA pre -check or global entry and a free year of Amazon Prime With two times the points on all purchases outside of travel the rewards don't have to end where your vacation does For more on Navy Federalist Car Buying experience and flagship rewards visit navyfederal .org Open armed forces DoD veterans and their families credit and collateral subject to approval Navy Federalist insured by NCUA Visa is a registered service mark of Visa used by Navy Federal under license All right back talking with Coast Guard veteran Jeff Starr from Wynn Home Inspection so Jeff anyways failed to mention We talked about this for you at the record button your episode number 500 Which is a major milestone for any podcast or any podcaster So I wish I had a door prize for you or something, but I just didn't acknowledge Yeah, you're one of the few coasties I've had on the show.
Fresh update on "national guard" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Bongino. Okay, it's going to be one of my favorite blocks this week. We're going to cover it in depth, but you know, I never bury the lead. Miranda Vine, who is a great author, wrote a book. I published a laptop from hell, which went nuclear because it described Biden the Hunter laptop. So she's really smart, Miranda. And she sent out a tweet the other day and the gist of the tweet, which I'll read to you after the break is what the hell are they doing this open border stuff for? It doesn't make sense. That's politically. Even liberal states are ticked off. Biden could shut the border down tomorrow by instituting remain in Mexico and get in the National Guard and the military down there. We could fix this situation, Marty, yet they won't do it. So she had a bunch of questions in this tweet. I've got answers for you. I'm going to give you the immigration real story. Hey, Jim, do we have that super cut of the demographic destiny thing that you put? Oh, you do. Good. I'm going to play for you exactly why and produce the receipts in this next segment. What the open border policy is really about. And let me give you just a quick hint. If you think it has anything to do with compassion or, oh, give us your tired, your poor. It has nothing to do with any of that. It has everything to do with the census. It has everything to do with congressional allocation seats. The allocation of congressional seats, I should say, and the electoral column. Democrats don't care about anything else. I have them on
A highlight from Batteries Plus Franchise with Keith Placencio
"After successfully run in other franchises Marine veteran Keith Placencio bought a Batteries Plus franchise from a friend and plans to open his second location in the near future coming up next on veteran on the move Welcome to veteran on the move if you're a veteran in transition an entrepreneur wannabe or someone still stuck in that Trying to escape this podcast is dedicated to your success and now your host Joe Crane Getting a new car is exciting and you deserve a hassle -free buying experience for more on Navy Federals car buying experience visit Navy federal org All right today we're talking with marine veteran Keith Placencio with batteries plus in Las Cruces, New Mexico Keith Thanks for being here today looking forward to hearing your entrepreneurial story before we do all that take us back to us Which did in Marine Corps? Okay. Well, thank you so much for having me We really appreciate you know an exposure and and we're just so excited to be part of this Batteries Plus organization Thank you said my name is Keith Placencio. I had went into the Marine Corps back in 1987 August 10th of 1987 right out of high school, yeah You know my wife and I were high school sweethearts sweethearts. We were already married Had a daughter and they went to the Marine Corps, which wasn't easy But we knew it was great life that would lead to great things. Yeah, I Spent four years in the Marine Corps moved around all over I was with a hawk missile battalion. We had to shoot down planes out of sky. Yeah desert storm veteran Going and being being a marine one of the greatest experience of my life it I was always pretty motivated very competitive I ran track and did all a lot of great things right now. I was super competitive The Marine Corps just kind of refined that and and gave me even more motivation more discipline One of the greatest things I picked up from the Marine Corps is how to overcome right? Yeah, him provides a dad all that great stuff that you need to be successful in life, right? Absolutely Learn how to take care of our people right you take care of your people. They're gonna take care of you. So My wife and I and and our children we stayed four years in the Marine Corps After desert storm we got out. We went to New Mexico State University and an electrical engineering degree Wow, that's a tough one and spent a foot another four years in the National Guard here It was a little tough, but you know what thankfully to my wife she man She's hung with in with me through some of the most difficult times in any marriage right the Marine Corps. Yeah college And you know, I was very competitive again in the even in school, right? I wanted my straight A's and wanted to do best, you know The best I could and and get out and get a great job with great pay so I can take very care of my family Uh -huh. So what happened after college? after college went to work in the In the plants in Mexico for a little bitty company called General Motors Their Delphi Delco organization, I'm as an engineer worked on ninja control modules stereos things like that Started as an engineer and moved my way up into engineering management and eventually I was running plants in Mexico so I just just done quite a bit traveled around in Mexico quite a bit and then What year was this this would probably been 2007 2006 -7 You know, you've heard about all those killings in Juarez and all that craziness that was going on down there When I felt safer in a war than I did down in Juarez I Was like no, it's about time to leave and and it's sad because I loved what I did the great people great engineers great Work environment, you know, I was having a lot of fun and doing great things. So we left that Went into you know, looked around El Paso for quite a while. We were living El Paso at the time Couldn't you know, the job market wasn't that great at that time? And we're so from a little town in New Mexico called super city, New Mexico, it's a mining community upper mines that's been there forever and So, I don't know one day got a wild hair made some calls down there My uncle was an engineer for them and started working down there three weeks later My wife wasn't a big fan because you know, we left that small -town community and that this and that but you know It gave us a good a good living for for several years But I had always loved entrepreneurship always I was always had a side business Anything from custom home installations of theater systems, you know, I loved working on stereo since I was a kid electronics and Wanted to do that and when my wife wasn't real happy about our kids were already a little older But we had a granddaughter we were raising and she wasn't real happy about living down there in those small communities So we decided we had to come back up to some some semblance of civilization and into Got as an insurance agent for a bit and that's how I started I thought that'd be a great Opportunity everybody's gonna have insurance right but when your family turns and runs away from you because you sell insurance I was like, that's not good Yeah, I was like I just want to say hi to you right I want to give my mom a hug It's like no you're gonna try to sell me insurance I'm quite that bad.
Monitor Show 18:00 08-19-2023 18:00
"Appeal to the Fifth Circuit, which is considered the most conservative appellate court in the country. So we'll see what happens there. Thanks so much, Shao. That's Professor Shao Wang of the University of Virginia Law School. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. Remember, you can always get the latest legal news by listening to our Bloomberg Law podcast, wherever you get your favorite podcasts. This is Bloomberg Law on Bloomberg Radio. I'm June Grosso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Southern California is preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Hillary, which is now a Category two storm. Officials in the region say they are working hand in hand with FEMA as the storm approaches and the National Guard has been called in. Hillary will hit Southern California and the rest of the Southwest as a tropical storm probably early Sunday. The White House says President Biden is getting constant updates and is working with Governor Newsom. A storm of this magnitude has not made landfall in Southern California since 1939. Forecasters warn it's likely to cause catastrophic and life threatening flooding over the region and the southwestern U .S. through Monday. Former President Trump is reportedly planning to skip the upcoming Republican debate and instead will be interviewed by Tucker Carlson. The debate hosted by the Republican National Committee will air Wednesday in Fox News. The New York Times says Trump, the GOP front runner, has an interview lined up that same night with Carlson. Trump previously signaled he might not take part in the debate as polls show him holding a huge lead over his 2024 GOP rivals. The suspect in the murders of four University of Idaho students is fighting evidence from prosecutors. Brad Siegel has more. In a hearing Friday, defense attorneys for Brian Koberger had witnesses testify about DNA evidence and genealogy testing. Detectives use genealogy tracing to identify Koberger as a suspect in the murders.
Guardsman Jack Teixeira, Pentagon leak suspect, due back in court as judge weighs detention
"The Air National Guard member accused of leaking highly classified military secrets will go before a Massachusetts judge today to see if he'll have to remain behind bars. 21 year old Jack to share his due back in federal court in Worcester, Massachusetts. A magistrates expected to hear additional arguments on the prosecution request to keep the 21 year old locked up until he goes on trial for charges under the espionage act. In court papers filed this week. Prosecutors said to Cheryl was caught several times before his April arrest, taking notes on classified information and viewing intelligence unrelated to his job. That's raised questions about why he still had access to military secrets. Even after being admonished by his superiors. I'm Jackie Quinn
Liberal Media Misrepresenting Minnesota's Economic and Crime Status
"Before the break we were talking about this praise that liberal journalists across the country are giving Minnesota and its governor Tim walls for the strength of our economy despite having liberal proposals and John field it was an economist, a debunked that. The other one John is crime NBC News says that we've maintaining low crime rates. And this is wonderful. The Daily Beast in promoting governor Tim walls as a presidential candidate says he reacted with a veteran NCO's doggedness after Minnesota cops killed George Floyd in May 2020, which couldn't be farther from the truth. In fact, Tim walls froze up didn't act, waited what three days or four days before finally calling out the National Guard and in the meantime throwing the mayor of Minneapolis under the bus. It was a pathetic performance. But John, what about the broader the broader issue of cry? What's the fact when it comes to crime in recent years in Minnesota? Well, it's absolutely true that we are still a state with violent crime rates are below that in other states and that nationally. But if you look at the trends, the gap is narrowing and not in our favor. And we are actually in terms of some property crimes now above the national average, which is the first time on record that that's been the case.
Trump Schools CNN's Collins on Pelosi's Refusal of National Gaurd
"Here listen to what she says first and then I'm going to play for you a flashback that she could have done herself played for herself She would have been more informed Check this out One of the big problems was that Nancy Pelosi crazy Nancy as I affectionately call it Crazy Nancy Pelosi and the mayor of Washington were in charge as you know of security And they did not turn their job You're in charge of that They orange well I offered them National Guard I said we'll give you soldiers We'll give you a dash of God We'll give you whatever you want And they turned me down And in fact she turned me there She turned me down in writing They turned me down So you're acting defense secretary Chris Miller at the time He says you never gave a formal order to deploy the National Guard But when it was that day Just the opposite Wrote a book and he's a fantastic guy and he was ready to go They turned him down If you look the mayor of Washington D.C. lovely lady She said we don't know what we don't like to look Nancy Pelosi said oh we don't like the look If they would have had just I offered them 10,000 soldiers I said it could be ten It could be more but I offered them specifically 10,000 soldiers If they would have taken 500 soldiers you wouldn't have the problem They turned it down And if you look at the inspector general report he says they turned it down They made a terrible mistake Well Chris Miller was your acting defense secretary He says you never gave that order but back to what happened on that day You said you weren't saying that He has testified that You did not say that Oh my gosh Folks all the entertainment reporter at CNN had to do Caitlin Collins is actually look up this May 2021 public testimony that Chris Miller gave to Byron donalds a Republican congressman from Florida where he says exactly what Caitlyn Collins says he didn't say Totally completely unprepared
Closing arguments near in stepmom's murder trial in Colorado
"Closing arguments are expected today in Denver in the trial of a woman accused of killing her 11 year old stepson. Prosecutors are accusing letitia stoke of killing stepson ganon stoke in January of 2020 in Colorado, and then putting his body in a suitcase and dumping it over a bridge in Florida, authorities allege that letitia stokes stabbed and shotgun a few hours before reporting a missing while his father was on a National Guard deployment, stout his pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to first degree murder and related offenses, but a Colorado mental hospital determined that stout was sane at the time of the killing. Her daughter Harley hunt testified that she never suspected that ganon's body was in a rented van in which she and her mother drove to Florida and then South Carolina, hunt said she felt manipulated and lied to. I'm Donna warder
210 migrant bodies wash up on Tunisia coast in under 2 weeks
"Tunisia's coast guard has said it has recovered over 200 bodies of migrants from the North African country's coastline in under two weeks. On first examination, the bodies appear to be from sub Saharan Africa. That's according to Tunisia's National Guard. Most of the bodies were found in the three main areas that are used as starting points for the migrants perilous journey to the Italian coast. In one of the areas, eastern sparks, the local morgue was overwhelmed and under prepared for such an influx, its capacity limited at 30 to 40 bodies. For many sub Saharan Africans who don't need a Visa to travel to Tunisia, the country serves as a stepping stone to Europe. I'm Karen Chammas.
Putin rallies his troops with 2nd Ukraine visit in 2 months
"The Kremlin says Russian president Vladimir Putin has visited headquarters of the Russian troops fighting in Ukraine. A video released by the Kremlin shows Putin visiting the command post for Russian forces in the southern Persian region and receiving reports from the top brass there. He then moved by helicopter to the Russian National Guard in the Luhansk region to hear further information about the situation. Russia took the cursor and Luhansk regions into its fold along with donets and zap region in September in a move that was rejected by most of the world as illegal annexation. This is Putin's second trip to the areas that Russia occupies in Ukraine in as many months. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Reacts to the Alleged Leaker's Arrest
"Farrell, thanks for coming in. Great to be with you, Seth. Thank you. All right, so initial reaction we've got the breaking news at the top of the show, this individual who has been arrested with the S.W.A.T. teams with ballistic helmets. I mean, antifa never got this kind of treatment. He is a Massachusetts air national guardsman in his early 20s, a Jack takes Ira is allegedly the leaker of hundreds accordingly that now we know hundreds of classified documents to his gamers Discord chat room what a bloody joke. But I'm sorry. Take it away. Take it away. Yeah, this is a controlled leak by The White House or elements within The White House. I want to be I'm not going to try to pin the tail on the donkey exactly. But it is a controlled leak of classified information, you don't have an Air National Guard junior airman 21 years old with direct access to CIA operations center summary memos. It just doesn't happen.
Air National Guardsman Jack Teixeira Arrested by FBI
"Let's get the reporting here. Let me get an overview from Jennifer Griffin, who first reported on the arrest to Neil cavuto yesterday on Fox News. Neil cyber sleuths and journalists for The New York Times and Washington Post seemed to have honed in on the leaker faster than the FBI who arrived at his house in night and Massachusetts this afternoon. The alleged leaker was identified by attorney general Merrick Garland as 21 year old Jack Teixeira of the 102nd intelligence wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard. According to the air force, he was promoted to airman first class. Last July, he worked as a systems communications specialist for his unit. And that's how he accessed some of the nation's biggest secrets. The Washington Post managed to track down an interview a member of the online chat group that to share a lead for the past few years. And he claims that he is a Russian operative or pro Russian is categorically false. He is not interested in helping any foreign agencies with their attack on the U.S. or other countries. He was a young charismatic man who loved nature God who loved shooting guns and racing cars. This teenager in California says he was one of 20 or so members who met with the alleged leaker during the pandemic on a server called thug shaker central on Discord. He acted like a father figure to the teens. They called him OG. Every single day we would watch movies play games do activities together. We'd stream our houses and mess around and dance and have fun. When members would have issues like mental health crisis, OG and other members would help them out. The team described the small group as his online family and said, unlike Edward Snowden or Chelsea Manning, he was not a whistleblower, just a guy showing off for some impressionable kids locked down during
Guardsman arrested in leak of classified military documents
"The arrest of a young Massachusetts Air National Guard member in connection with a highly classified Pentagon documents probe is raising questions about the nation's ability to safeguard its most sensitive secrets. One likely question is how the highest profile intelligence leak in years. One The Pentagon calls a very serious national security risk, could have been caused by someone like Jack to share a 21 year old IT specialist. We entrust our members with a lot of responsibility at a very early age. Brigadier general pat Ryder, The Pentagon's press secretary, says those troops know their obligations. It's called military discipline, Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin says the military will review its intelligence access procedures to prevent another such leak, writer says that includes limiting who can access sensitive information. We continue to review those distribution lists, update them, make sure there's a need to know saga or Meghani, Washington.
AG: Guardsman to be charged with removing classified info
"A Massachusetts Air National Guard member has been arrested in the case of highly classified military documents leaked online. Heavily armed federal agents took 21 year old Jack to shera into custody outside his home. To share is an employee of the United States Air Force National Guard. An intelligent specialist whom attorney general Merrick Garland says will be charged with unauthorized removal of classified national defense information. Investigators believe to share a lead an online chat group where the documents about the Ukraine war were posted. This was a deliberate criminal act. Pentagon spokesman pat rider referred all questions to Garland's Justice Department about the highest profile intelligence leak in years. The Biden administration has been scrambling to contain the fallout, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
AP sources: FBI wants to speak with Guardsman in leaks probe
"AP sources say the FBI wants to question a Massachusetts Air National Guard member in connection with a classified military documents leak investigation. The documents on the Ukraine war were posted in a chat group two people familiar with the probe say investigators now believe the person who led that group is a Massachusetts Air National Guard member who specializes in intelligence. The development comes hours after President Biden mentioned the ongoing probe into the leaks origin. And they're getting close. We don't. I don't have an answer. While the president downplayed the leaked material to reporters in Ireland, The Pentagon said this week the disclosures are a very serious national security risk. The Justice Department had started working to identify the leaker. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Israel advances national guard force for right-wing minister
"Israel advances a National Guard force for a right-wing minister. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government is giving preliminary approval for a new National Guard overseen by ultra nationalist cabinet minister itamar Ben Greer. Netanyahu agreed to move ahead on the force after postponing government plans to overhaul the judiciary as a way to keep and we are from quitting his coalition. Critics say the new force is effectively a personal militia for Ben Greer, a former far right activist with several convictions of incitement and support for a Jewish terror group. A committee of existing security agencies now have 90 days to decide the guards authorities and whether it will be subordinate to police or take orders directly from the minister.
Benjamin Hall: Learning More About Roderick Hall
"Well let me know my father was born and raised in the Philippines in Manila and he was born just before the Second World War And his father was Scottish his mother was Spanish Filipino And the Japanese invaded when he was 8 years old And for four years he was in a Japanese prison camp His family were killed And he eventually was released and lived for a couple of years in the bombed out streets of Manila And at the end when general McCarthy came back in to free the Philippines my father was living in the streets with his three younger siblings who were as young as ages of 6 And he knew that the Japanese were killing everyone as they pulled back and that the only way to survive was to try as someone told him to find the American lines get to the GI who were coming in and he did that He took a group of kids and he ran through the bombed out streets and I first shot a little boy next to him until finally they reached the point in the city where the Americans were at the other end of the street and they were shouting at him to keep running to us run to us and he made it down that road and he always told the story to me about being picked up into the arms of a GI from the Buckeye division Ohio National Guard and he was pulled behind the tank and he was rescued And he was rescued that day And from there he made his way to the U.S. himself And he went to college He signed up and served for the U.S. Army in Korea and he was saved around the world by American GIs when he was in trouble and he became the first and proudest American ever And I feel the same way and about 77 years later I was around the world and Americans stuck in a war zone and I made it to Poland and there was the U.S. Military who opened their arms and got me into a Black Hawk and saved me too And so I talk about it in the book There is this incredible similarity We come from a family of proud Americans that has been saved around the world by an incredible forces And so that's something I feel incredibly strongly about And
The Nikki Haley Uniqueness
"Haley, a lot of people are going to run. What is your unique appeal? Your vision that is different from, say, former president Trump, governor desantis, former Secretary of State Pompeo. Lots of people are running. Christian uno. Mike Pence, maybe your fellow south carolinian Tim Scott. What is unique about the Haley appeal? Well, I think look at my record. I mean, I have been a chief executive. I've been a governor. I've run a state. I've had to deal with crises. I've had to balance the budget. I've had to manage a National Guard. I've had to work with her chains and floods, and I reformed education past voter ID and passed an Arizona E immigration law. I took 20,000 people from welfare and put up the work and created reforms in our prison system that gave us the lowest recidivism rate in the country. When I went to the UN, I dealt with thugs and dictators every day. We passed the largest sanctions against any country and a generation in North Korea. We helped get out of the Iran deal. We pushed for the embassy to remove from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, but more than that, we made sure we had the backs of our allies and we held our enemies to account and we made America strong again. I've got the executive experience. I've got foreign policy experience and I've got a love for a country that I am determined to get back on her feet again. I
Sebastian Is Joined In-Studio by Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing
"Let's just look at the situation on Capitol Hill. This was a catastrophic failure of security by the capitol police. Totally. And the police in the District of Columbia who were responsible for the security of the capitol, but it's the capitol police are responsible for the security of that building. The Speaker of the House, the sergeant at arms in both chambers and the architect of the capitol. I used to run this when I was the chief counsel and staff director of the Senate rules committee. I had jurisdiction over the capitol police and all the security. The fact that they were unprepared knowing that there were going to be a half a million people who were going to be asked to march to the capitol in peaceably demonstrate shows that they were woefully unprepared. Now, when you're unprepared and you lose the advantage as a law enforcement organization, the one thing that you do not do is you do not become bull Connor and you do not start brandishing weapons on people who are unarmed. This is a big mistake. It is a catastrophic security failure on Capitol Hill, which never should have occurred. They were totally unprepared. That's called making the news as it's happening. That's a throwback to our former studio two years ago as the events of January 6th were unfolding. We had the perfect guests in studio, people who understand what was happening even as it was happening. And we're back because of the breaking news of January 6th and all that footage that's been released to a certain individual at Fox News and your favorites are back in studio. Jojoba, Victoria tansen, do you remember that interview? Do you remember what that day was like? Never forget it. That was something else. Because you had just gotten in from hearing the speech. I'd been right there in front of the ellipse with the president listening to the speech, couldn't make it to Congress. My speech in front of the Supreme Court later that afternoon had been canceled, although that Nancy Pelosi subpoenaing my text messages because I was giving a speech at the Supreme Court. But let's go back in time because we have to talk about these latest developments. We have to talk about what's happening in the last two years. But Joe, why were you why were you uniquely qualified to talk about security on capital hill as those events were occurring? Please remind our listeners. Well, I had been the united states attorney for the District of Columbia under Ronald Reagan from 1983 to 1988. How old were you? I'm going to have something very rude. How old are you? I was 36. That's crazy. The youngest U.S. attorney attorney for district. He was great. I believe he was great, but that's so young. Yeah, but I had also been an assistant U.S. attorney in that office years before. And one of my assignments was to monitor the demonstrations in front of the then Soviet embassy. And all of those demonstrations over the years had been monitored, controlled with the Metropolitan Police department, demonstrations on Capitol Hill, tremendous amount of planning, scripting, talking with the Defense Department, the State Department, everybody. There was no way that you have something like January 6th, and you don't plan that out in every single step of the way every detail fine tuned with the police, the National Guard, and everything. And it didn't happen. But you also, in that position, as U.S. attorney, you were in those meetings back then with the house. Yes, absolutely. We conducted those meetings. We were in charge of making sure that the FBI, that the Metropolitan Police that everybody coordinated the activities that we had prosecutors ready to go to do arraignments in court if large numbers of people were going to be arrested. And so this was routine. We had been doing this for 40 years and then this happens on January 6th and you look at it and all you can say as a professional is these people did absolutely nothing to prepare for this major event. They were so prepared. I think it was interesting that Joe has told me that they would say, okay, you're all going to be arrested. And then we're going to go down to the station. And then we're going to let you go. And everyone agreed, okay, we'll do it that
"national guard" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Of the sub place, I don't remember to get low to gaze but now say I didn't say it another true. As I started back, I hadn't come maybe two or three miles. I topped this hill then and ambushed a truck. Just like mine have flow to gas and I didn't know where to go. They said, right, and old coat for a non phase, but I run through the solid part of that setting the paper will never believe if I had no horse together when I thought about it. I described a story where I got to the far and shut my eyes and screws the stern wheel. Went through the 5 fires to that trail would run and I will follow it up that was in there about that far from down to the blowing up as high and I could see and I would rather do it the bottom of your way through the fire. I didn't even realize that I didn't get no education, you know? Without a mom and daddy and coach I had a hip in the after move to the front line, they sent me over this after I said, I don't know that number was, but I said, no, she brought up in hot sun. Summertime. And they had learned to know they had two trucks. And a lot of power to have in front of them in another ride. That lotion this guy on the rider figured he would want to go with his booty, but I thought he might not be as good. And I didn't want to mess him up. I just mourn your aim go ahead and get behind him and you see behind him right back phantom royal head of lion and it blows the whole back and that truck happened covered me up but he kept walking straight up running out the wedding. I went home. I thought all the time I would never like it, you know, but the lower Tokyo ever ever done rail, I could tell you all day long. They sent me the convoy over was going to the front line, I was laying on my buddies, the sergeant told us that you get a chain that is falling right on your wiggle had to go on. Well, I don't know where I'm going. So just keep on this road, you come to a black stump all the rat, no Merck stop, and the little damn road out there go up to everybody. The machine gun is a way of loaded with one O 5. And they took a man's limb, white rover. Laborers of the next morning were no longer anyway, we passed that know it. We pulled up our neighbors laying in a date. And that little road. They'd lay in our shooting down through the Woods. Standing over our screamed out. That means that while you're doing them close, as you see, we're fine. And they said, well, you ain't here. And my parents wouldn't back up with loads of it with your side. It rained. And I like to look down, hey, you are not saying that road had a curl reading kind of the layout and I seen a lot of pretty yellowed with a slater trace. And I told her slim I said it's laying off the UCS later tree. He said, yeah, I said, I'm going to pull you down there. And I'm going to run into you and close your back. And when you get the head back up, they say, well, we're done there. I was here today. I thought they were made to get shipped, but I recognized amazing. And they were, I don't know what they really thought. I had not run like a dream, man, I told him I got my heel. We found a machine. They were submitted. They had to shoot off our clothes. And we lived there for the company. The company was moving. They said, they've run over. They're coming this way and they've enabled them to move. And that was something they run 60 miles south. They could have found river. George I just want to talk about one more thing about your driving and bringing troops to the front, did you transport wounded soldiers back to tegu? No, I didn't care to own it now. Some of my bodies take them up and carry them some horror. I don't know what I got them. So do you think they couldn't give it a similar liability as follow them? But they ever did myself. In fact, I got one little ball from mobile Alabama and I would lay it on a conscious realized based on them up in their lap forward. They shaken them. He was still alive and they see him. And they patched him up and they pulled him back, he come by the company after boa. I shared it with you. I don't know. It works really well. You may have saved my life, but I sure do thank you to one over slave for having me. George lets pause right there. We're going to take a short break. We'll be right back with George Eliot, a Korean War veteran from the army National Guard on veterans chronicles. This is veterans chronicles, I'm Greg corumba. Honored to be joined today by George Eliot, a U.S. Army National Guard veteran of the Korean War. He's been telling us about his role, his assignment as a driver during the early stages of the Korean War very late 1950 and to 1951, and now we're going to be talking about some of the specific engagements. And Georgia, I know one of the areas where you were assigned was near the fight for the airport, explain what was happening and what you remember about it. They sent us up load up with one O 5 that the major output we had this big train loaded with family and three. We backed in different towers and failed up and we had them come around and load this. What is in a hurry when I back then there are three of them I've lost my truck. One of them cursed me. I can't get my fluid and throw it around my chamber. But I mean, they went to work. Well, I pulled out. I'm not sure who are the first or the second one. Loaded first. I pulled up and as a lower color sitting in a ditch, they had little scope of Woods on the right. They were clear on the layout. Coming from the train. I got out of the truck to get me a drink of water out of that. Just by the time I got in front of my truck, the whole train blowed up and I blowed that Malaysian higher need to see a shoot in the arm of lightning. All around us, and we couldn't run. I did run on our watercolor, which wouldn't do it for nothing. But we're just lucky, we ain't getting hit. All three of three holes, we didn't get here. At the most I train blow that trade all the pieces, and there's a woman was running up the railroad track. It blowed pace of that steel off that train and cut that Wilmer's leg, I guess she bled today. Well, we took off and we got a part of that. And we stopped in this sage patch. They had little can't wait, we just couldn't go no further harder. So I just said, I don't go and get this little thing to have about a 6 man ten virus. The oldest lay down and I'm thinking now and we got a man here to guard you. Well, we did. We laid down. We were asleep in the main time. I guess I was probably there. And the rest of my lip that woke up the next morning. I stood up and taped through the crack and had to come up real big snow. And it just blinded me. And I stayed in the looking to America more to them. North Korea had captured them. And they were Amanda somebody, you know? That time I walked two south South Korea, you know, we walked up and they turned them over to them and they just walked them out there and to the layout and I very slowly turned out they slow and shut both of them in the back and killed them. Go back up. And they followed all night long. It was terrible. Now, George you mentioned the snow, one of the things about the Korean War that became very well known is the cold. What do you remember about the cold and Korea? Yeah, I will never forget that. I don't know how we live. Wait, didn't even have haters or named part of them. They didn't even have no worries, I don't know. I would like to probably slap today. I don't know how I made it. Yo, people can take a lot of older person gains. That's raising they take the younger people for do the side. George, we're going to pause one more time. When we come back, we'll talk about heartbreak ridge and the fighting where you were injured. We're talking with George Eliot, he is a veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard, and a veteran of the Korean War. I'm Greg. Stay with us on veterans chronicles. This is veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus. Our guest in this edition is George Eliot. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard, and he served in the Korean War. We've already talked about his role as a driver during the Korean War and how close he was to the front lines. We've also talked about the brutal cold in Korea and also the fighting around the airport. One of the more famous battles in the Korean War is heartbreak ridge and you were certainly around the battle of heartbreak ridge. So tell us what you remember about that battle. Yeah, I remember like it was yesterday, really. We had it going after dark. Couldn't use no headlines. I had quite a bowl out in front of me right. He wrote little road, you're just a trail, and how far did him and low gear, I guess, or if that just walk and I called him behind him, they got all the way down there. I got here in a bunch of noise. I'll stop, get out, Luke. I'm down, but they're trying to drive without a flagman. And they had rode off the bike and had loads of barbed wire and troops or said no top. It was a South Korean soldier, as I sat on the top, I thought, bob wall was on them. It darkens you. I couldn't even sleep. I got up right there to look the way I brought off the bike. Anyway, we got back in the truck, I couldn't help a non one on down. And we pulled and hopped like rage. And as this very gift blower was like 25 foot high and we pulled in drugs. Up in our tree stood there. We told them, but never actually killed some Liam was from puddle with top of the kind of a camouflage. And they were shooting at us the bullets was going over a couple of rooms. They could shoot to blow up, you know? And they had a mood. They had a streak all the way across the holler or no good shield. Overhead. They sent half tracks, had one crack. They could get up. These little rolls of layup around the kind of like a horseshoe. And they could get up on that gray. But they rode in on that Greg. And I'd stand on top of me more as about 6 of them at the time, they'd go on around and get a knife. By the time they stop, they shoot them and blow them and I can see them blow up now. You know, I couldn't see the machines more good, but I could say they were more like, you know, when they move up and what I have to know and I guess put it towards you and you know, we didn't know who it was going to like it or not. But when watched there for about three days and nights and we had to leave out the same way with a flag month that couldn't use no red light, you know, all they are so many people get killed or it was on real. And that was my last
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"And to the layout and I very slowly turned out they slow and shut both of them in the back and killed them. Go back up. And they followed all night long. It was terrible. Now, George you mentioned the snow, one of the things about the Korean War that became very well known is the cold. What do you remember about the cold and Korea? Yeah, I will never forget that. I don't know how we live. Wait, didn't even have haters or named part of them. They didn't even
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"How close did you get to the front lines when you were transporting troops? On top of it, they get cable 500. For a long time, we'd Harlem and that time we got back above the low did be done dead. I had toto knocked out in front of me. They sent me out of the sub place, I don't remember to get low to gaze but now say I didn't say it another true. As I started back, I hadn't come maybe two or three miles. I topped this hill then and ambushed a truck. Just like mine have flow to gas and I didn't know where to go. They said, right, and old coat for a non phase, but I run through the solid part of that setting the paper will never believe if I had no horse together when I thought about it. I described a story where I got to the far and shut my eyes and screws the stern wheel. Went through the 5 fires to that trail would run and I will follow it up that was in there about that far from down to the blowing up as high and I could see and I would rather do it the bottom of your way through the fire. I didn't even realize that I didn't get no education, you know? Without a mom and daddy and coach I had a hip in the after move to the front line, they sent me over this after I said, I don't know that number was, but I said, no, she brought up in hot sun. Summertime. And they had learned to know they had two trucks. And a lot of power to have in front of them in another ride. That lotion this guy on the rider figured he would want to go with his booty, but I thought he might not be as good. And I didn't want to mess him up. I just mourn your aim go ahead and get behind him and you see behind him right back phantom royal head of lion and it blows the whole back and that truck happened covered me up but he kept walking straight up running out the wedding. I went home. I thought all the time I would never like it, you know, but the lower Tokyo ever ever done rail, I could tell you all day long. They sent me the convoy over was going to the front line, I was laying on my buddies, the sergeant told us that you get a chain that is falling right on your wiggle had to go on. Well, I don't know where I'm going. So just keep on this road, you come to a black stump all the rat, no Merck stop, and the little damn road out there go up to everybody. The machine gun is a way of loaded with one O 5. And they took a man's limb, white rover. Laborers of the next morning were no longer anyway, we passed that know it. We pulled up our neighbors laying in a date. And that little road. They'd lay in our shooting down through the Woods. Standing over our screamed out. That means that while you're doing them close, as you see, we're fine. And they said, well, you ain't here. And my parents wouldn't back up with loads of it with your side. It rained. And I like to look down, hey, you are not saying that road had a curl reading kind of the layout and I seen a lot of pretty yellowed with a slater trace. And I told her slim I said it's laying off the UCS later tree. He said, yeah, I said, I'm going to pull you down there. And I'm going to run into you and close your back. And when you get the head back up, they say, well, we're done there. I was here today. I thought they were made to get shipped, but I recognized amazing. And they were, I don't know what they really thought. I had not run like a dream, man, I told him I got my heel. We found a machine. They were submitted. They had to shoot off our clothes. And we lived there for the company. The company was moving. They said, they've run over. They're coming this way and they've enabled them to move. And that was something they run 60 miles south. They could have found river. George I just want to talk about one more thing about your driving and bringing troops to the front, did you transport wounded soldiers back to tegu? No, I didn't care to own it now. Some of my bodies take them up and carry them some horror. I don't know what I got them. So do you think they couldn't give it a similar liability as follow them? But they ever did myself. In fact, I got one little ball from mobile Alabama and I would lay it on a conscious realized based on them up in their lap forward. They shaken them. He was still alive and they see him. And they patched him up and they pulled him back, he come by the company after boa. I shared it with you. I don't know. It works really well. You may have saved my life, but I sure do thank you to one over slave for having me. George lets pause right there. We're going to take a short break. We'll be right back with George Eliot, a Korean War veteran from the army National Guard on veterans chronicles. This is veterans chronicles, I'm Greg corumba. Honored to be joined today by George Eliot, a U.S. Army National Guard veteran of the Korean War. He's been telling us about his role, his assignment as a driver during the early stages of the Korean War very late 1950 and to 1951, and now we're going to be talking about some of the specific engagements. And Georgia, I know one of the areas where you were assigned was near the fight for the airport, explain what was happening and what you remember about it. They sent us up load up with one O 5 that the major output we had this big train loaded with family and three. We backed in different towers and failed up and we had them come around and load this. What is in a hurry when I back then there are three of them I've lost my truck. One of them cursed me. I can't get my fluid and throw it around my chamber. But I mean, they went to work. Well, I pulled out. I'm not sure who are the first or the second one. Loaded first. I pulled up and as a lower color sitting in a ditch, they had little scope of Woods on the right. They were clear on the layout. Coming from the train. I got out of the truck to get me a drink of water out of that. Just by the time I got in front of my truck, the whole train blowed up and I blowed that Malaysian higher need to see a shoot in the arm of lightning. All around us, and we couldn't run. I did run on our watercolor, which wouldn't do it for nothing. But we're just lucky, we ain't getting hit. All three of three holes, we didn't get here. At the most I train blow that trade all the pieces, and there's a woman was running up the railroad track. It blowed pace of that steel off that train and cut that Wilmer's leg, I guess she bled today. Well, we took off and we got a part of that. And we stopped in this sage patch. They had little can't wait, we just couldn't go no further harder. So I just said, I don't go and get this little thing to have about a 6 man ten virus. The oldest lay down and I'm thinking now and we got a man here to guard you. Well, we did. We laid down. We were asleep in the main time. I guess I was
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"When I joined reserves, I was 19. So I go down before you go to basic training, you go to drill. So I go to drill and I'm like, I go up to the captain, I'm just a dumbass. I'm not even like a private at the time. And I go, hey, sir. When can I go to after I go through basic and everything? When can I go to ranger school? She goes, goes, first off, we're mechanized infantry, meaning in order for a lot of the listeners out there if you don't know. If you go to a mechanized unit, you're not jumping out of planes. You know, you're not going to jump a track vehicle out of a plane. So you're 12, but only once. Once, yeah. And you're going to get rigged. And what do they say about jumping out of airplanes? It's not the fall that kills you. It's that very sudden stop at the end. Yeah, exactly. A couple people lived. That's a whole nother story. So I go, okay, so I'm not going to jump out of planes, but can I go to ranger school? Because you don't have to be an airborne in order to be a ranger. A lot of people don't realize that. He goes, yeah, if we ever did get a slot, you're never going to get him. So I'm like, okay. I go back to my recruiter, and I'm like, and when you're joined the reserves, you go to a regular active duty recruiter at the time. It's a man if I knew about the National Guard back then and how they really you could do a lot in the National Guard. I didn't know any better. So I got a recruiter. I'm like, this is bullshit.
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"A privilege Authorities are pausing their search for a Texas National Guard soldier who they fear may have drowned in the Rio Grande a release from the Texas military department says strong river currents on the Rio Grande are forcing them to stop their search until Saturday Approval on coronavirus vaccines for kids and are 5 won't happen until June Mark Mayfield fills us in Vance according to White House chief medical adviser doctor Anthony Fauci speaking to CNN Fauci said Pfizer and Moderna were developing vaccines that each required different doses and a different regimen that caused some concern with health regulators He noted that with the omicron variant emerging people needed a third dose to really get good protection I'm Mark Mayfield And a sniper style shooting in Washington D.C. leaves four people injured and a suspect from Virginia dead Shots were fired Friday afternoon around three 30 p.m. from an apartment in northwest D.C. as many as 60 rounds were fired at a college preparatory school near Howard University where two adults and a 12 year old were shot and are in stable condition in the hospital A fourth woman was grazed by one of the sniper's bullets Police identified 23 year old Raymond Spencer from fairfax Virginia as a person of interest who also recorded the shooting and posted it on social media the suspect was found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound I'm Jim Forbes The FAA is taking blame for not notifying U.S. capitol police of the plane in capitol airspace that led to a building evacuation on Wednesday In a statement the agency says quote it did not provide advanced notification that the plane would be part of a parachute demonstration at the Washington Nationals game that night They went on to apologize for the mistake and for the destruction at the capitol It was all part of the national military appreciation night as they hosted the Arizona Diamondbacks A Washington state woman appears to be okay but she was in a stinky situation all because she dropped her phone Brad Ford explains a woman was at mount walker northwest of Seattle on the Olympic Peninsula when she dropped her phone in the pit toilet She used dog leashes to tie herself off and reach down in an attempt to grab the phone but fell in When she couldn't get out she used a phone to call for help firefighters gave her blocks to stand on and they used a harness to pull her out They washed her down and recommended getting medical helps and she had been in human waste but she just wanted to leave Video captured by NASA's newest Mars rover shows a solar eclipse on the red planet Brian shook has more The perseverance rover managed to film the 42nd eclipse from the surface of Mars earlier this month with its camera system the moon named phobos is unique in that it looks more like a potato moving across the face of the sun rather than a sphere shaped moon Phobos is about a 157 times smaller than earth's moon I'm Brian shook And comedian Jon Stewart is being honored with a prestigious award this weekend He will be receiving the Mark Twain prize for American humor from the John F. Kennedy Center for the performing arts Previous winners include Bill Murray Dave Chappelle and Eddie Murphy the former host of The Daily Show now hosts the problem with Jon Stewart on Apple TV plus I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update at Yankee Stadium Aaron judge Homer twice and drove in three runs on the Yankees defeated Cleveland four to one in the first game of the three game weekend series judge has three home runs now on the season Isaiah Connor philippa drove in the other Yankee run with a single Jameson tyone got the win allowing one run in 7 hits over 5 innings for Ann Miller Maria's Homer in four the lone Indians run a roll this Chapman recorded his fourth save of the season Lumet's eke out a 6 to 5 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in ten innings in Phoenix medicine at 5 one lead in this game James McCann a two run Homer Pete Alonso drove in two runs with a single and a ground out but the Diamondbacks tripped away a sacrifice fly by Dalton varsha in the 7th a two run Homer by Christian walker in the 8th and that set up Donald and var shows game tying home run off of mets reliever Edwin Diaz in the bottom of the 9th inning However the mets come back with a run in the top of the tenth has Sterling Marte's infield single drove in the ghost runner from third Marte originally ruled out at first base instant replay reversed the call Honky Hall of Famer guy la flora dead at the age of 70 Lafleur was drafted first overall in the 1971 NHL draft by the Montreal Canadiens he played with the team from 1971 to 1985 where he won 5 Stanley Cup titles Lafleur took three years off from hockey then returned to 1988 to play one season with the rangers He would finish his career with the Quebec Nordics for replaying from 1989 to 1991 the cause of death was not made clear but he suffered from a number of health issues throughout the last couple of years The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have restructured the contract of cornerback Tom Brady and the move frees up $9 million in salary cap space Prior to the move the Buccaneers had just under 4.4 million in cap room the 6th lowest in the league Will the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers.
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"21 degrees in Boston and 8 31. Good evening. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. Massachusetts National Guard members have started to return home from Washington, D C following the inauguration of President Biden. Among the troops returning home tonight is the 182nd to the Melrose Armory. Aaron Smith is a Massachusetts National Guard member from Randolph, who was in D. C. He says it was a fairly big operation on short notice, and it came together really well. A lot of the state's went down there were able to Work with the D C National Guard and the Capitol police. I really come together, make everything work out. Well, the operation came up without a hitch. No major incidents is on our end, and the message is National Guard was really happy to Be part of it to be able go down there and to support the Capitol Police and the D. C National Guard and governor. Baker sent 500 troops to the capital ahead of the inauguration, and New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu ordered the immediate return of that state's National Guard troops Friday morning following a report that service members were told to rest in a D. C parking garage. Let's get back to send the stump. Oh is tough as nails. I'm Dan Walk ins WBZ Boston's news radio song Full of Broking. Hi and Welcome Back to top sales on WBZ. NewsRadio. 10 30. I'm Cindy and I'm here with Sammy. I'm here with Shane. I mean with Ryan. Okay. Ryan, teach my daughter over here. Okay? Wake up. You just made a remark. We went off to Coke commercial. I want my buds of my year. So people know that. Well, I know what I'm saying is, if I if I'm on the phone with somebody into the captain's to me, at least, that person knows. To find me if I do. Okay, there goes that Instagram. Will you say? I was saying that you still gotta be cognizant of your surroundings? I know you said it's too late. It's too late. Listen, if anyone's stupid enough to kidnap me being your daughter, they're stupid. That's true. Maybe that's why I'm not scared because you're my mom. But you have to be scared. You have to work. You have to be weird. In your generation's not a weird. Don't get it. What's wrong with a little branch heads? You don't want people to fear. You want people to be aware, right? You want to be aware of your surroundings? I don't think it's like push fear on people. I think it's like a different type of feeling because most of you guys caught us because why well, coddled us Sometimes it does happen. Some people like all I don't want to let my baby out well. You know, your baby's gonna This is coming from the mom that gave me tea rules. Every time I got a lot to stop call this call that I could have died like six times during that whole thing. What That was for Take attention to calling you to let you know I'm alive. You got the Charlie for the first time. I need to know you're okay. How could you write? So basically, she's right. We waste our Children differently than the way we were raised. We would that to go and do our thing and Come by for supper. Come back by dinner. Exactly. E don't think my parents are worried about us. Getting times is different to her. My dad. We're both following me around and one lost me That one found me And I'm going to CVS for like mascara for her. I never actually did anything wrong. I was I was just a little bit like Walter and you lost her. I have her. No, literally. I would oh, falter when I like I said, would fall. Make sure she's doing everything she's supposed to be doing that sends me to places so she can find. No, I only said it because I washed you. But the crazy part is I've been following her. I lose her my access when we just get separated. He's following me. He goes. Oh, you lost your Eiko. What do you mean? I lost her. And how do you know I lost it? I don't know. I'm following her easy because I'm following you. Okay? You could make this I obviously not you and the guy buys me drinks at the bar. And also I was like good job, guys. Yeah, that was a goal. Right? See, hire P. I and he's sitting on my daughter's So yes, but no, but he was too professionalism. Go, Diego and and there it is, You know, And then she tells us later. He was buying the drinks, right? Okay. But we're in a crazy world right now. We have so much going on and with overthinking everything. We have a normal stresses of worrying about our kids and our husbands, our wives and area just the normal stress of life. And then you add, and you're adding all these layers of everything else that's going on in this crazy Crazy world we're living in right now. It's getting crazier. Tell me what's really It's getting crazier, glad between everything with riots and everyone being in fear for themselves. What's going on? If they're gonna be taken away arms, so they're gonna be Protecting arms. We just don't know what's gonna happen. Just known is really Okay, So even if they take it away, we're living in a world where cops are scared. How we spoke to not be scared. Try taking away honestly, be a civil war. In my opinion, That's my opinion. We're going down a very dark place. Okay. Exact place. Everything..
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"Listening to the hammer and Nigel Show on 93. W I. B. C. Yeah. My name is Nigel Abdula kingship was filling in for Jason Hammer. Let the girl who does by the way. Oh, yeah, sure. Johnny Resnick. That's right. Um, wrote the song name for Kennedy. Huh? Did you know that old MTV VJ? She's on Fox News. This is Yeah. They were going out of the time I wrote the song name for her. Well, Goo goo dolls. Trivia. What did you think of National Guard being called into Washington, D C. And the level of security area 25 26,000 troops and more than triple what's in Afghanistan and Iraq right now, which is a good thing I don't know. Want troops and that in the Middle East, but Was there some theater going on here with the troops being called in? Or was this legitimate at fears? Nothing. I think was a little bit after what we saw on January. 6. If I'm in charge, I'm not taking any chances. Period. And if I get the National Guard if I could do it without having the Army Navy Air Force here the National Guard because that's what the National Guard is for for settlers like the inn in country deployment, so to speak. I want as many National guard troops as the military experts think is reasonable. Really. I mean, they're interrupted by the time it was kind of insulting how there was gonna have to vet these 25,000 National Guard troops, additional vetting you because we don't know they might support Trump. They might have extremist views. I support Trump. I don't mind but the extremist views that I do kind of kind of worried about a little bit. I would love to know what these there were. 12, members of the National Guard ended up being removed today after they failed to pass some security checks. Two were flagged for inappropriate comments and text. And the remaining 10 were yanked for displaying questionable questionable behavior. This, according to the National Guard general, They are not specific, so it could have been anything from who knows? Yeah, Who knows? But I don't, the spokesman for the National Guard says I'm not concerned. A large part of the organization. If you look at 25,000 troops we've had 12 identified. Some of the some of those they're just looking into. It might be unrelated. Esso is the National Guard being overly cautious. Abdul. Do you think they're Will be a disturbance in the future of anything like this, because I don't think so. I thought it was unwarranted. I thought the vetting at least was unwarranted. I don't I don't blame people for a zoo breaks from the Indy Star calls it Recency bias. I don't blame. I don't blame people for boarding up. I don't blame the need for additional security, but it seems like they were Trying to paint all trump voters and everybody that I was at that rally in January, 6 I mean, Trump was still on stage. Speaking on some of these lunatics were storming the Capitol. Yeah, but what the president said. I'm going to go. I'll be there with you that he goes back the other way. I'm like the what I'm saying like, if you if you like. If you have to impeach everybody, If you have to take everybody off Twitter to says Let's let's go fight like Hail. You know, every political Smith said Hale like I'm from Beach Girl, But here's looking, But here's the thing about Twitter. And so so, here's thing about Twitter and social media and, um This is where Bob I respectfully take a little bit of a different approach than somebody college here, Deb. Obviously radio the First Amendment does not protect you. From Twitter from social media from the whole nine yards, you are governed by the terms of service agreement. The thing that nobody reads that thing. That's 10 pages long and small 1.2 New York Times fun. Everybody said Clinton says OK, I agree, okay. Clique were good, and I would argue my friend at the recent Donald Trump. Staying there as long as he did is because he was actually president. Had he not been president. They devoted his butt a long time ago. Think you have four or five tech nerds and some of these guys that are deciding in a public square who can speak and you can't pronounce. It is anti trust, but certainly, But it's not a public square in the social media. In a social media. It is private property in his terms of an agreement that you saw. This is something different, though I think this is banning the president while the Ayatollah, it's not consistent in any way, shape or form. That we can, I think agree on At the very least, you have quite an interesting theory as to where Mike Pence is headed in terms of his career. I want to get to that here in just a few minutes. I hadn't heard this before, and we'll ask Abdul about that. Next on the hammering Nigel Show.
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"C. I thought, Oh, my God wants mobs become like that. You're losing control and our constitutions. Points up very well. What's expected how those men in that time frame could have been so far ahead? God had given them the insight to see what was going to come. And they it's right mark down. I know you don't agree that there should have been the national Guard, but they needed to be there. And a lot of these people long and you talked about the capital's. They're the ones that went on Twitter and different lines and stated that they were going to, you know, get back at the at the Capitol and as far as the statements about Trump Eve was part of it, because He didn't really I don't think he realized that what he says. Some people really do what people say. And they the people that were the mom that were in there said We're listening to trump. He's your boss. Well, listen, he told us to be here. He told us to come here and do this. From different people that have now been arrested, and I think that's a fact of why a lot of people may not have come and out of 30,000 people that they said were present that day under six. I believe, like, maybe 7000 are the ones that jumped in, and I think the risks were like, probably a shock because they moved away and I agree with you, Mandy, let me let me respond to you. I want to see our nation's Capitol campus safe. I'm like you. I have walked those halls. I've been there several times. Those are the desk that Abraham Lincoln said that like you say, I want to protect not only our Constitution and our way of government, but that building is sacred. It's it's a monument to that. I do think they needed security. My point was, I just think it was a little bit of overkill. Razor wire when they themselves have said, We didn't have any any legitimate threat that we could see. There were the talk. There was the chatter. There's That stuff That's out there all the time, So I want him to be secure. A. I think we needed a security presence. But there's always a security presence there at the capital. I don't know what happened on the six that was deplorable. It should not have taken place and those people should be prosecuted. The fullest extent of the law. That's my point of that. I didn't think they did a good job today, with with the Limits of covert and how they had to have it. A sweet ball had to go through that. I thought it was a great ceremony and very specifically to the point, But I don't think they did a good job. Mandy, I appreciate the call. Let's see if I get another caller in here. Monique, you've been hanging on. Thank you for doing that, Monique. Hi, Pastor Franklin. I just want to like you know that. I'm excited. We're change of power, Whether it's trump Are biting..
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"O P. If you're just joining us this morning, the president's pardon list. President Trump has now been released this morning 73 partners in all, including a man who's had an up and down relationship at best. With the Trump White House. Granted the pardon this morning, President Trump pardoning Steve Bannon, the former architect of his 2016 campaign, Washington Post reports. The pardon comes after Bennett was charged with ripping off donors to a private fundraising effort for building the Southern border wall. Batting was made the top White House strategist you'll remember before leaving in August of 2017. This is the latest example of President Trump using his pardon power against 73 Partners in all on Mr Trump's list. We will have more information. As this developing story comes our way and we get the details. Keep your child right where it is one of 3.5 FM and w t o p com We've got you covered this Wednesday morning. It's 105 on double duty will be returned. Now this Wednesday morning to the latest on security for President elect Biden's inauguration Today, the number of National Guard members being removed from security for the ceremony is growing. And so is concerned about protecting the inaugural overall. But the National Guard leadership is taking steps to reassure you this morning. At first, there were two. Then the number grew to 12 National Guard members that have been removed because they may be security risk themselves. If there's any identification or anything whatsoever that that needs to be looking too. Out of an abundance of caution. We automatically pull those personnel off the line, General Dan Hawkinson, chief of the Army National Guard to were removed because of concerns they might have connections to or were sympathetic to extremists. What was identified by the chain of command and another was identified through anonymous reporting the other 10 more flag because of issues that came up in background checks. J. J. Green W T O P knew the other big issue of this Wednesday is transportation. What about major bridges.
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"Terms as vice president. Biden will become president when he takes the oath of office at the U. S Capitol just moments before 12 noon. The president elect is pledging to unify a nation that is deeply divided and to serve all Americans, including those who didn't vote for him. Biden also was vowing to begin work immediately by signing a syriza of executive orders on day one. And by unveiling a sweeping immigration Bill Gregg Clugston washing Texas governor Greg Abbott is lashing out at reports. Federal officials are vetting members of the National Guard. Aside to provide security during the inauguration at the U. S Capital have been posted an angry tweet after the Associated Press reported the Department of Defense was working with the FBI to that members of the National Guard, including those from his state to screen for right wing extremists. Describing the betting is offensive. Abbott wrote that he will not order his state's National Guard deploy the Washington D. C again if the troops under his commander treated with this respect. He writes quote. No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard. But Agnew reporting President elect Joe Biden has moved to dismiss the new White House decree on covert 19 travel rules. Donald Trump announced he was whitening the ban on travelers to the US to include the U. K and most of Europe last March. Airlines are known to have been lobbying the president to lift it in a proclamation issued less than two days before he's due to leave office. Mr Trump suddenly announced that he was prepared to do so only to be rebuffed by a Biden administration spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, who tweeted that instead of lifting restrictions on international travel, the incoming administration instead.
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"Enforcement in the National Guard continue to bulk up security for Wednesday's inauguration here on the West steps of the Capitol. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller wt The news. Well, speaking of steps the first step toward healing the partisan divide takes place. Tomorrow morning, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell will join Democratic leader Chuck Schumer attending a church service with the president elect Joe Biden at ST Matthew's Cathedral here in Washington before the swearing in strip ceremony, Biden Invited both Senate leaders. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also expected to attend. There've been reports that the president elect has been in contact with Senator McConnell in recent days. The Senate is about to turn over to Democratic control NEW Today, two members of the National Guard removed from the security mission protecting the inauguration, D. C. Police chief Robert County was asked about that at a news conference moments moments ago. I'm only aware of those two members and just a very short answer to that is that the vetting process obviously is working. An army official and a senior U. S intelligence official tell The Associated Press. The two guardsmen have ties to right wing militias. They aren't naming the militias or saying what unit of the guard. The men are in. The National Guard Bureau referred questions about the removals to the Secret Service, which has said it would not comment. We already know that the president elect wants to inoculate 100 million people with the Corona virus vaccine and the 1st 100 days of his presidency. But that's just the top of a long list of items he wants to accomplish early on his agenda, like any president's is ambitious. It includes rejoining the Paris climate Accord, the World Health Organization and the Iran nuclear Agreement. Mr. Biden will also order federal agencies to restore about 100, public health and environmental rules that the Obama administration created and President Trump eliminated a weakened Mr Biden is also expected to end travel restrictions on people from a variety of Muslim majority countries and protect people who came to the country illegally as Children from being deported will also extend restrictions on evictions and foreclosures and the existing paws on student loan payments and interest..
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"All right now, correct me because I remember watching film footage of the first attempt to cross and the horrible beatings that took place of so many of the civil rights volunteers who were there. And then I remember Dr King led about what 2000 of you on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. But didn't he turn around because he obeyed the court order. Rather than cross over and complete the full march. You got that? Correct? Then, right? Johnson, who was a federal judge US. Just a judge in Montgomery rule that the Alabama state troopers and the National Guard is to protect. Those who must wish to march from Selma to Montgomery. And that's how the money got makes on some of the Montgomery much happened, But you're right that there was the second attempt to go across the bridge. And it was. Dr Kane didn't want to at that point without protection, knowing the Montgomery so they went back to the church. And then there was the big rally. Uh, the big march that happened above five days later. When they got recorded junction against walls Now, Tom, how ca. You have become an iconic figure in the Greater Atlanta metro area. So many of the residents of New York and New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut have fled down there they now live amongst you. Your fellow Yankees as you call them. But if people are visiting Atlanta, of which, once this pandemic is over, I expect travel will continue, and they'd be a lot of people wanting to visit Atlanta. You actually conducted tour that indeed, that would be of tremendous interest to many of our listeners. Can you tell us something about it? You got a group? They appreciate that civil rights tour in Atlanta about sides. I've been happy years ago. You know, there was never really anybody in Atlanta that was doing the kind of things that the should have been done in terms of civil rights history in this town, so I decided to do a bus school with video. And we were freedom Singer, seeing the songs of the movement and also to provide an opportunity to you know, go by places in Atlanta, where history was made by those who made history on it was tremendously successful still is successful. It still got going, But of course it's march. 4th. I haven't had a lot of people jump on a bus and say, Hey, we're gonna take a little rice store. The better the sand epic, you know. That's just not happening. But if they if they were interested, Tom, how could they find the website? How can they learn more about potentially taking that tour? Absolutely civil rights tour. Just go to your website W W still writes to a dot com and I will pop up and you'll see my my face and my experience with the John Lewis is well. John Lewis was one of the first people It took my tour about 25 30,000. People are taking a tour. So far. Cure's not time in my many visions to Atlanta. One time I was shown the house, the King House. Where he raised his family with Coretta Scott King. I couldn't believe how small it wasps in the neighborhood that itwas that This was not a mansion. This was not a large house. This was like a humble abode and my correct And it really absolutely heaters in the Vine City section of Atlanta, which is now becoming gentrified, But, uh, King's house has been bought by the National Park Service. Andre is going to be available for tours within the next year. I've been doing the tourist myself, but not inside the house, taking people by the house on my door. But Martin paid 25,000 for that house in 1964. Wow. Well, Tom, how ca mouth of the shouts. Ah, what is a guy left high school? Became a driver for Martin Luther King Jr and his family. And one of his trusted age. So you see what you get here on the Kurdish leaders show of people who were actually there. Not like so many I've heard. Oh, I was there with Dr King. Oh, yeah, I marched. Yeah, Mike wanna mine. But truth behind the Bs turned you guys off to get the truth. Wait up with Bernie and sit in the morning. We days it's six. I just want.
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"Thousands of National Guard troops have swaths of the nation's capital on virtual lockdown in anticipation of protests. Authorities are still on high alert for possible violence ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Few supporters of President Trump proclaimed the election was stolen Pro tested it state Capitol buildings across the country. Also amid heightened security. U. S defense officials say they're worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing the inauguration. That's prompted the FBI to vet all of the 25,000. National Guard troops have come to Washington for the event. A. J. Green is a national security reporter for W. T o P in Washington says This is unusual for the U. S. But it has to be looked into this kind of thing happens. But it happens overseas. One thing I do know about the army. From the time that I've spent covering the military and certainly the army and being overseas with them embedded with them. They're very thorough about this, and this is something that they're very sensitive about. Because this is our own inauguration. It's absolutely of paramount importance, right? All was quiet at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield yesterday. New stations Mark Maxwell has more heavily armed platoons of Illinois National Guard blocked and barricaded the streets blocking traffic leading up to the Illinois state capital. They were on the alert together with city and state police who were monitoring activity online, suggesting a possible armed demonstration, one that never materialized here, perhaps in part Due to that heavily armed presence. Barricades have come down shortly after sundown. But law enforcement tell me they're ready to go back up at a moments notice any time between now and Wednesday, Inauguration day in our nation's capital, Governor Pritzker ordered the extra security after the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Chicago Community activist T O Hardiman is calling for unity in the wake of the Capitol attack. Part of man who runs the violence. Interrupters organization says it's time to put politics aside and bridge the divide in this country. We pray for the victims that lost their life at the U. S. Capitol during the riots. But I'm praying also each and every day as much as we can to make sure that people understand we should promote one United States of America, not a divided America. Part of it is known for speaking out against violence and racism. The CDC is warning that the United States could reach 500,000 Covad 19. Yes, by mid February. The health agency is incoming director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says the U. S is in store for some dark weeks ahead. The death toll jumped from 700,000 in less than five weeks. It took 12 weeks to go from 200,000 to 300,000. Now we WTN sports. Here's Dave Bennett on Lee. Four teams in the NHL haven't managed to point yet in one of those teams has played a game. The Blackhawks have played three and lost them all, falling to the Florida Panthers. 5 to 2, Alex to break it encounter. Murphy scored for the Hawks, who have allowed five goals in all three of their games tonight. Blackhawks Live here on WGN at seven, the Bulls and their four game losing streak bouncing back from Friday's overtime loss to Oklahoma City with 1 17 101 win at Dallas. They host Houston. This evening, The Green Bay Packers will host Tampa Bay and Kansas City will host Buffalo next week's conference championship games in the NFL. Kansas City A 20 to 17 went over visiting Cleveland and Tampa Bay knocked off. The Saints in New Orleans. 30 to 20 Packers are favored by about a field goal over the Bucks and the Chiefs favored by field goal over Buffalo. Although the status of Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is not known after he left yesterday's game with a concussion. College basketball fifth rank dialogue over Northwestern 96 73 loyal a winner over northern Iowa 88 46. Dave at it. W.
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"Science violence. I would say that it is more reactionary than aggressive move than anything else. Just the way with things were going on January 6 stuff. It's the In addition to it being our own production. We're here to show people that it is okay to be armed and you know you can do it peacefully. We are showing that we are all armed in peaceful States are ramping up security. Many are putting up barriers and boarding up windows in case there is violence this week. Officials in Indiana are making preparations at our State House Governor Holcomb is temporarily closing the building tomorrow and Wednesday he has canceled all legislative activity to ensure safety if there is any unrest. No one showed for protests planned this weekend, Our crew spotted one man carrying a sign regarding the war on drugs. He says that he protests government overreach, and that he is not associated with the so called stop The steel protests. This event was planned back in November, Facebook took down a lot of the posters that we were sharing. So the word didn't really get out. If I can't get out here without without covering my face and speak what I believe to be the truth. You know what country is this? This is America. There's another protest planned for Wednesday at the Statehouse. Local law enforcement say they plan to be there to monitor the situation Developing. Now the FBI is vetting all 25,000 National Guard members who are in Washington. Move comes after officials say they're worried about an insider attack or another threat. Officials are telling commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks. The FBI says. So far it has no evidence of threats. Federal officials say the vetting hasn't flagged any issues. Yet. The Indiana National Guard is in D. C to help keep the peace. That's a video for you right here. Of the troops leaving Saturday, Governor Holcomb deployed 625 members of the National Guard. Soldiers began arriving in Washington last week to prepare for a peaceful transition.
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"Thousands of National Guard troops U. S marshals and police officers called up to protect the nation's capital ahead of expected protests before President elect Biden's inauguration. The U. S Capitol Police Department say they've rested a woman yesterday who approached a checkpoint with a military challenge coin. Police say they've charged her with Impersonating a police officer and center for a psychological evaluation on Friday. Police also say they intercepted a driver who had a handgun, numerous rounds of ammunition and a non government credential. The Washington Post says it interviewed the man, he says he calls the whole deal and honest mistake. He says he got lost rushing to work had been working in Washington, D. C is a security contractor on then forgot that he had his firearm in his truck. Federal Bureau of Investigation now is warning of anyone who's thinking of coming to Washington, D C, or any other state capital for a purpose of violence to stay home. Fox is Richardson in Washington. The FBI also warning of armed protests at state Capitol buildings across the country. President elect Biden's incoming chief of staff, Ron Klain, warns the corona virus pandemic will get worse before it gets better. Even with vaccines. Biden has a goal of injecting 100 million doses of a Corona virus vaccine in his 1st 100 days in office. The issue of getting 100 million doses in the first 100 Days is it is absolutely a doable thing. Dr. Anthony Fauci on NBC's Meet The Press the virus blamed for nearly 400,000 deaths in the U. S. President Trump's second impeachment trial could get underway as soon as this week. The House voted to impeach the president on the charge of incitement of insurrection. Supporters of the president violently stormed the U. S. Capitol on January 6th after the president encouraged them during a rally to quote fight like Hell..
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"First. And here's your host, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Won this election by hundreds of thousands of votes. There's no way I lost Georgia there's no way we won by hundreds of thousands of jobs. I'm just going by small numbers when you add them up there many times the 11,000 the people of Georgia rag, the people of the country are angry, and there's nothing wrong with saying that that you've re calculated because In 2000 to 36 absentee ballots. I mean, they're all exactly Numbers that were done by accounting firms, love firms and center. And even if you cut him in half, cut him in half and cut him in half again. It's more votes than we need. Mr President did challenge that you have is the data you have is wrong. Can you consensus seriousness in that man's voice? Sexual states Rapids burger, the ominous telephone call between the president and that spineless that inverter but politician Which is making the rounds in the fake news. I'm Sebastian Gorka, This is America. First, another perfect telephone call. There was no Attempt to generate votes toe distort the reality of that election. Just a common sense request. Do your job. Find if there was fraud. If there was fraud, re calculate the results. That's all that we are asking for. But of course, the rhinos the swan, which isn't just in D. C. They've got better things to do Latest news. I mentioned it in the second hour of the show, but this is important. According to the U. S. Defense Department, Mayor Muriel Bowser off Washington, D C has put in a request to have members off the National Guard on the streets. D. C. Starting tomorrow, General, fifth, six and seventh to help with the protests. How strange Professor shad Yes, sir. What was the national gods relationship to mend Bowser in recent history? I think you reminded me about something I forgot. Well, if we go back just a few short months ago, while BLM was parading through the streets of RB nation's capital, but trying to bed down churches attempting attempting Buckling and successfully. And were dispersed because of it. 1000 raised a huge hubbub and eventually got them all kicked out of our nation's capital. So apparently apparently it's okay for you to bring in church. The National Guard was being too ham fisted this time around, but if you are coming out here to cast doubt on the results of the election And you're apparently dangerous and worth. Clamping down to think comparison you saying there's a political motivation? Look, I would never cast any sort of claim like that on any of our elected officials. Of course not. She might hate the families. She might hate the sauce, but you know she can't be political. Have you heard about this? The mambo sauce thing I have not heard about the bomb process for those who don't know. Huge deal in D C Educated, a huge deal in D. C. It goes back many, many years to make sure plum sauce barbecue sauce. It's really great, actually might not think it is. And it's huge in the local culinary scene. She hates it hates. It hates this'd important Is this a source for barbecue? It's a sauce for everything, preferably eaten on pizza. What? Yes, it's a maybe plums. Did you say no plum plum sauce? So the stuff that you like the salty plum sauce that you would get a Chinese restaurant, love the pumps and barbecue sauce mix together. It's like Sweden, Tammy and she hates it, and she hates it. And the thing is, it's all these people in D. C. No, this is D. C culture, and she's above it. She's above report. She thinks it's lower class and Vicky. Only we bring you Discussion off palm source with barbecue sauce on the national out. No, I'm sorry. No other show does this Because the team we bring together Thank you. I have been educated and I've been reminded It's just pure curry. I maybe went to that word, but it's perfect for Mayor Muriel Bowser. It is utter utter hackery. Okay, let's talk about the sex. It will now be patrolled by the National Guard vice president Pence. That's give you the facts off the matter has said challenging the results is absolutely fine. His office three gave out a statement from the vice president. I just read a small excerpt of it. The vice president shares the concerns off millions of Americans about voter fraud and irregularities in the last election and quote Welcomes the efforts of members of the House and Senate to use the authority. They have under the law to raise objections and bring forth evidence before the Congress and the American people on January the sixth, so there you have it. He's doing his constitutional duty, and he is agreeing with those who are raising concerns. In the meantime, something called inward is posting this This is the right three guys. If Pence is arrested Secretary Mike Pompeo will save the election. Pence will be in jail awaiting trial for treason. He will face execution by firing squad. He is a coward and will sing like a bird and confess all One word, Linwood. Get some professional help because you're loony. Let's stay on this topic. Let's go to Jared Dayton, Ohio, Line one. Welcome to American person Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you, Dr. Gorka, I'm so excited to talk to you. I gotta say I've seen you many times on YouTube. I don't watch regular TV all that much, but having been a hoodie and since the mid eighties, Okay. Proud of mess started inside. Best Doctor. Come on town. Who's the best up to, huh? My first was Peter Davison. His daughter's married to a doctor. I got to go with Peter. Oh, my gosh. That is a very unusual choice, although they do say your last one is always the most important, So I have to respect that. Not not a very popular doctor. But I respect no respect, at least not Colin Baker. You got that point that point on the Andrews Arnie. The Andrews Arnie miniseries were superb. So Yeah. Kate Flanders that likes all right. Let's get too serious or less less serious stuff. Go ahead. Well, I I do have one thing I would like to say, And then I have a question. So I believe I know the answer to our good reverend. From from the other day, Go ahead. So a friend of mine was actually going to get married and they had talked about possibly me. Officiating, having never gone the seminary. My only option was to go online and get ordained. Oh, my God, I believe that is how he is a good reverend, and why he doesn't understand the meaning of our men. It's possible he got one of those online reverend ships. It is possible. So did you do that? Did you read my mind? Did you go online? You can get a card and a certificate. It's wonderful. It's sort of now. They ended up going another route. But I joke with people. Whenever I say, bless you when they sneeze, and I said, you know, it does hold a little water because I am or date. You really, really not raising the Tony? What is your question? Jarrett? Okay, So do you believe that are good? Who I have a tremendous amount of respect for I'm from the state of Indiana. Will Mike Pence actually have the guts to set aside These unconstitutional in my opinion results from some of these states like Pennsylvania and Michigan. And do what's right and let it be decided by our Congress. Will that happen or are we just doomed? So there's two parts to the answer for that question? Number one. I'll talkto talk about my personal experience. Having worked in the White House for the president, and having got to know Mike Pence a little bit during that time, I consider him based upon my personal experience to be One of the few honorable people in politics in America today, let's say in Washington. I don't know all the politicians across the country, one of the few honorable men I have no reason to doubt that he will do. What is right, But here's the second part of my answer. He doesn't have the power constitutionally to nullify the election. We're going to break it down where everybody wants to know this such ignorance with the way the electoral college functions or the Constitution permits and does not permit that the rest of this hour..
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"Forward. And Callie Jane Kramer is our guest. Trump march dot com and Excuse me. She's also the executive director of Women for America First, a zoo mayor has expressed. She's concerned that there will be someone rest in some violence. He wants the National Guard there. Do you have security concerns are do you have amped up security to protect people who come out there because we know that it's not Trump marches that start problems, But we do have agitators who come in, and they do try to start problems. Right? Absolutely, Larry. But, you know, we're not concerned about that. Um not only have we hired a private security firm to help assist the different agencies here in D C, but the National Guard. Obviously mayor, the mayor here has I'm instructed them that they need to be a part of everything. Is there here protect us? That's what people need to be focusing on is the president is going to be there. I mean, that that adds to the secret Service element to the to the proceedings, so you don't get much more secure than that. Absolutely so. People don't need to be scared and listen. When your were stronger numbers were safer members, So the more people that show up you coward. He's yelling and chief of thugs are not going to come out. It's when you But after the cloak of darkness have you go into these one off, trying to go to a restaurant or something like that, that these attacks happened that we've seen all across the country, so people need to be worried. You just need to come to the event. Then leave and go back to your respective home or hotel wherever you may be saying, and everything will just work out just fine. We're here to support our president, where it's really about something bigger than that. Not election integrity, and we want to see transparency within the election process. Highly Jane Kramer, It's been 10 years since we first met during the tea party days of 2010. And here we are both still at it in our own way. Ah, let's hope that it will have another great 10 years ahead of us. Wonderful area. We hope to see you there. Yes, well, I'll be on the air. Sadly, I don't know if I'll be able to. Maybe I'll come down early in the morning and then and then head back to the studio. I'll do my best. I'll let you know if I'm coming. Wonderful. Thank you so much. Larry and everybody trump march dot com Trademarks dot com for 25 w E mail, traffic and weather every 10 minutes first on the five years that Rodriguez and the Hindi carpet cleaning traffic center. I'm glad one of you was asking about to 70. Everything is cleared out. They had.